Characteristics of the Second KKK

The KKK from the 1920s was a dramatically different movement than the Reconstruction-era Klan, in many ways.  It was a large and diverse movement that was extremely politically motivated.  Strangely enough, it contained religious roots and women actively participated, albeit in different ways than their male counterparts.  The 1920s Klan also had symbols unique just to this movement.

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